Welcome back, last year we talked about the usefulness of a DM/GM binder and more importantly, how I had never put one together for myself. So, it’s about time for an update on the situation. Previously running games, I often Continue reading Update! DM Binder I Completed!
So you’re interested in playing with yourself. Well, by yourself anyways. That’s right, we’re talking about the rising interest in solo RPGs and how to play a solo RPG using the fifth edition of the world’s most popular RPG, Dungeons Continue reading Learning How to Solo RPG with Dungeons & Dragons
Welcome back, we’re picking up in the Worldbuilding Process from Scratch series. This post is our second installment on transitioning the scope of worldbuilding from the highest level to a higher level of magnification, the region hex, by discussing D&D Continue reading D&D Region Hex Stocking: Heartlands, Marches and Wilds
A GM binder is one of the most useful tools a Dungeon Master (or any Game Master) can have for running tabletop RPGs. Each DM binder is personalized to the needs of its DM and should contain all the references Continue reading The GM Binder: A Dungeon Master’s Sacred Tome
Welcome back to the Worldbuilding Process series. Now, last time we put our attention to Dominion Worldbuilding. If you need a refresher on any of the steps so far, you can find links to the individual articles on the Worldbuilding Continue reading An Introduction to D&D Region Hex Mapping